It's a purely English final for the UEFA Champions League.
The annual football tournament started with 79 first-class clubs from all over Europe. Now there are only two left. Liverpool and Tottenham will meet in the final on June 1, a match that can compete with the Super Bowl as the most watched television match in the world.
Both teams celebrated epic comebacks to reach the final. Liverpool lost three goals after the first leg against Barcelona and prevailed in the second leg in front of home crowd in Anfield with 4-0. Tottenham scored three goals from Lucas Moura in the second half and beat Ajax with a stunning 3-2 win.
These are the English-speaking and Spanish-speaking football fans in the US who happen to be using cable television Cable cutters need to know if they can see the UEFA Champions League final.
When and where will the Champions League final take place?
Liverpool and Tottenham compete at Saturday, June 1st at 3:00 pm. ET at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid, Spain. In contrast to the previous rounds where the teams played each other twice, the final is just a game – winner wins all.
How can I stream the Champions League final?
In the US, the game is being broadcast on TNT in English and Univision and Univision Deportes in Spanish. You can also stream the finale through the B / R Live livestream service of Turner's own Bleacher Report. You can pay $ 3 for the Champions League Final (or a single game) or $ 10 a month or $ 80 a year for the service.
You do not need cable or satellite TV to watch the finale on your TV. You can watch the game with a live TV streaming service on TNT or Univision.
Other Important Information About Live TV Streaming Services:
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Both English (TNT) and Spanish (Univision) Broadcasts
FuboTV costs $ 55 a month and is the only live TV stream that includes both TNT and Univision.
$ 55 at FuboTV
TNT broadcast in English only
Both Sling TV's Blue and Orange packages include TNT but no Univision channels. The plans cost $ 25 per month, but are currently being reduced to $ 15 per month in the first three months.
$ 25 at Sling TV
The $ 45 base monthly access plan for PlayStation Vue includes TNT, but no Univision channels are planned.
$ 45.00 at PlayStation Vue
YouTube TV costs $ 50 a month and includes TNT, but no Univision channels.
$ 50.00 on YouTube TV
The base package of DirecTV Now worth $ 50 per month includes TNT, but neither plan includes Univision channels.
$ 50.00 on DirecTV Now
This article was originally published on May 10.
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